Answered By: Mary Orem Last Updated: Jan 13, 2015 Views: 11
TCTC has a number of electronic resources. One of the easist places to start for this type of subject is the database called Opposing Viewpoints. To find this database, go to the following site: http://library.tctc.edu/Databases . Click on the database called Opposing Viewpoints and enter your topic.
Don't just stop there, though. Electronic resources can encompass the e-book collection and the streaming video collection. The Books page links to a number of electronic resource collections such as the Ebsco e-books and the Gale Virtual Reference library. The Video page links to a number of video databases. Alexander Street Press has videos on domestic violence.
Depending on what specifically source type you need (e-books, articles, dictionaries, encyclopedias), we have a number of options. Remember if you are off-campus, you will need to enter your "T" number to gain access.